Jan & Dean / The Fantastic Baggys - Surf City / Sidewalk Surfin' / Summer Means Fun mp3 flac
The Fantastic Baggys were a LA-based "surf band" created by . Sloan and Steve Barri.
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The Fantastic Baggys were an American surf and hot rod group, created by . The studio group released several unsuccessful singles. They released one album internationally, Tell 'Em I'm Surfin' (1964) on Imperial Records, several singles and albums only in South Africa. Tell 'em I'm Surfin' (Imperial 12270, Mono, 1964). Tell 'em I'm Surfin'. Let's Make the Most of Summer.
The album kicks off with "Surf City" in a fairly sterile, but faithful presentation, then Jan & Dean take off on a cover of The Beach Boys' "Little Honda"; next comes "Dead Man's Curve" with the sound suprisingly good, even on the falsetto lines. The only difference is in the spoken interlude, which was undeniably recorded live, with lots of asides and flubs. The Fantastic Baggys donate their talent to the next track, "Tell 'Em I'm Surfin'" which features the Baggys' distinctive backing vocals. Next is "Waimea Bay" which attempts to mythicize the popular surfing spot.
Release data: This album was released on the label United Artists Records (catalog number UP 36142). UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, 7". 45 RPM. Maxi-Single. Baby Talk, Jeanette, Get Your Hair Done.
The Fantastic Baggys did one album for Imperial in 1964, Tell 'Em I'm Surfin', as well as three singles in 1964 and 1965 (which included three non-LP songs); there were also a couple of Fantastic Baggys albums issued in South Africa. Although there were four Fantastic Baggys pictured on the sleeve of Tell 'Em I'm Surfin', the two other guys were just friends who were not on the records. The Fantastic Baggys stopped making records in 1965, when the surf faded and Sloan and Barri were more interested in writing and singing more serious and sophisticated material. Phil ‘PF’ Sloan (falsetto, alto and bass vocals, guitar). It's superficial, sure, but it's pleasant, hitting its highwater marks on "Summer Means Fun" (which Jan & Dean recorded themselves) and the unexpected descending chord hook on the chorus of "Surfin' Craze. 1. The Fantastic Baggys - Tell 'Em I'm Surfin' (2:07).
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|A1||–Jan & Dean||Surf City
Written-By – Wilson*, Berry*
|A2||–Jan & Dean||Sidewalk Surfin'
Written-By – Wilson*, Christian*
|B||–The Fantastic Baggys||Summer Means Fun
Written-By – P.F. Sloan, S. Barri.*
NotesTrack A1 ℗ 1963
Track A2 ℗ 1965
Track B ℗ 1964
|UP 36142||Jan & Dean / The Fantastic Baggys||Jan & Dean / The Fantastic Baggys - Surf City / Sidewalk Surfin' / Summer Means Fun (7", Promo)||United Artists Records||UP 36142||UK||1976|